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tly. the family of a local high school athlete hit inurt in a hit and run crash. plus a chaotic scene outside a concert in new jersey as riot police were called in to control the crowd. we'll tell you how witnesses say fans became rowdy. we'll tell you what's on the way in terms of storms and when it's supposed to get here. 5:30 welcome to nbc 10 news today. i'm tracy davidson. >> i'm chris cato. no storms out there right now. meteorologist brittney shipp is here with her first alert forecast. good morning, brittney. >> good morning. it will be a nice start to the day. temperatures already on the mild side in the mid-60s for philadelphia, eventually heading into the afternoon, we'll warm into the mid-80s. above average for us. a look outside right now. seeing a mix of sun and clouds but it is a first alert weather day now because of the chance of severe storms as we head into the afternoon and into the evening. heavy downpours possible flooding will be a possibility. damaging winds especially for the areas highlighted in yellow
our entire area could see a chance of thunderstorm activity. it's this area that is under the chance for severe storms meaning wind gusts up to 60 miles per hour. some of the stronger thunderstorms can produce hail. we want everyone to be careful as you are driving home from work for today. seeing a few scattered showers moving into the poconos, unsettled weather off to the west of us. we will continue to see that chance of rain and thunderstorms heading into the afternoon and evening for the entire area. right now, temperatures to get you out the door, 60 degrees in wrightstown, 61 in washington township. low 60s in pottstown, waking up with us in reading, 68 in woodbine, 61 in beach haven. over the next eight hours, temperatures warm nicely into the 70s, as soon as 10:00 a.m. 73 degrees. by 1:00 p.m. 80 degrees and today's high will range between 83 and 86. i'll do an hour-by-hour breakdown for your neighborhood of when the storms will start and stop.
for now we'll check in with first alert traffic reporter jessica boyington. >> we're still dealing with quiet roadways. definitely good news all across the board. 95 right around girard avenue is one of the cameras we're starting to see a little bit of volume. 95 generally jams up first, though, a little bit of volume, but no problems. still a 13-minute drive time between woodhaven road to the vine street expressway. from 55 to the walt whitman bridge, 5 minutes. ongoing construction on the walt whitman bridge. no problems for the ben and the betty or the tacpow. nbc 10's jesse gary just got to the scene where someone shot a woman in the face. whatúchn you tell us? >> detectives have taken over
the investigation. they have finished canvassing the row here hereon franklin street. investigators say there was a knock on the door, she opened her row house door and was shot in the face. captain drew techner picks the store. >> a woman opened the door to her house and was shot pointblank in the face. fortunately it was a small caliber round, not to make light of it but we hope she can pull through. she was transported by the police to temple hospital. >> police are looking for two shoot her ran off. one man is in custody. he is a witness. he heard the commotion when the shot went off. he climbed up on to the roof. that's why they were searching on the roof earlier this morning. they've concluded that search and found it is all clear.
we'll have another update from the scene coming up in 30 minutes. live from hadn'ting park jesse gary, nbc 10 news. we have new information on a hit and run case in salem county. a high school football player remains in critical condition. >> kyle pszenny. katy zachry is live in pennsville where this happened. bring us up to date on kyle and the search for the person who hit him and kept going. >> we understand students at pens 'ville memorial hospital behind me will wear blue in honor of 17-year-old kyle pszenny. he's lying in a hospital bed right now in critical condition. the star football player was hit early yesterday morning when he was riding home on his skateboard. police say the driver of the hyundai elantra did not stop after hitting kyle. witnesses tell us the impact threw kyle several hundred feet down the street. last night his parents stepped away from his hospital bed for a few minutes to give us an update. >> we'd like to thank pennsville
for all their support for kyle. we want to let you know that he's in critical condition and that we ask you to respect the family with peace and give kyle time to please heal. >> kyle's parents understandably very emotional during this difficult time. they say he underwent hours of surgery last night. now, pennsville police tell us that they do have some leads but they really need the public to come forward. anyone with information about what happened they want to hear from you. reporting live, katy zachry, nbc 10 news. 5:35. loved ones and friends are grieving for this philadelphia teenager. the victim 17-year-old adelso matos. police and witnesses say a car driven by a suspected drunk driver ran a stop sign and killed him. adelso was riding his bike at 7th and cayuga when he was hit. police arrested a man on suspicion of dui. we'll update you when we find
out if and when charges will be filed. two different trials both involving the alleged mistreatment of children will continue today. >> darryl carter faces several charges from endangering the welfare of children to involuntary manslaughter deviate sexual intercourse. investigators say carter and four other adults shot the five children with bb guns and forced them to watch the adults have sex. all five victims were under the age of 12. also today, the trial of a philadelphia man accused of leaving his son alone in a car while he played black jack in a casino. in march, police say brian bolds was inside the parks casino in bethlehem and made no attempt to go back to his car and check on his 7-year-old son. police rescued the boy after someone heard him crying and called 911. hundreds of bikers are protesting arrests that followed last month's deadly brawl in texas. why they say some of the men behind bars do not deserve to be
now your nbc 10 first alert weather with meteorologist brittney shipp. good monday morning to you. it is now first alert weather day. we have a chance of severe storms as we head into the rest of today. especially as we push into the afternoon hours, closer to 3:00. that's when we'll see our best chance of showers. so between 3:00 starting in the poconos, heading into parts of the lehigh valley into lancaster county. and so we will see those chance of thunderstorms for this afternoon and evening. heavy downpours a possibility. and that means flooding will be a possibility.
all the areas highlighted in yellow have a chance to see severe thunderstorms with those heavy downpours, gusts up to 60 miles. even the possibility of hail. for philadelphia and points south, we will see thunderstorms as well. future weather shows us closer to 3:00 p.m. that's when the thunderstorms will start. by 5:00 p.m. mt. pocono allentown still dealing with rainfall. we'll see another round of heavier storms closer to 7:00 in wilmington, stretching into philadelphia. it won't be until 8:00 9:00 that south jersey starts to see more of these thunderstorms. these thunderstorms will continue even into the overnight hours. by midnight most of the thunderstorms will be hugging along the shore from cape may stretching up to atlantic city. i'm tracking temperatures heading into the 90s. i'll show you what that looks like and my seven-day forecast. >> we'll stan by for that. thanks brittney. let's find out if anything would cause you to slow down a little
this morning. >> jessica boyington has that. >> we're starting to see a little volume pack in around 95. trooper road right in here you can see light volume if you're headed eastbound. that's typically where we jam up in the morning hours from 29 up towards the schuylkill expressway. still an eight-minute trip. taking a look at the rest of the drive times in and around the philadelphia area currently no problems on 95. the schuylkill is doing great. 12 minutes from the blue route to the vine. mass transit all running on time with no reported delays. we'll check in with more drive times coming up. 5:41. a concert turns into chaos in north jersey. we'll tell you how police got control of the crowd and what witnesses say set them off. a live report still ahead. and you're used to seeing bikers cruising the streets on motorcycles but you may be surprised about what these guys did to get their message out.
nine people were killed during the shootout more than a dozen injured. a hip hop r & b concert turned violent in north jersey yesterday. state police had to lob tear gas at concertgoers who were throwing bottles at police. this all happening in the parking lot of metlife stadium. tracey strahan is live for us this morning. what started this between police and these concertgoers here? >> reporter: well chris, from what we've heard so far, the bottles started being thrown in this parking lot at metlife stadium when police started to turn the crowd away right at the gate, even those who had tick hes to get inside. the video has made the rounds on social media from instagram to twitter. new jersey state police responded in s.w.a.t. gear. new jersey state police respond the crowds were trying to enter
illegally. it's one of the hottest tickets in town every year. they say people tried to enter illegally, trying to climb over fences and forced their way past security and that's what led them to shut down the stadium gates. but many angry concertgoers say they bought tickets legally and they weren't given an explanation as to why they were being turned away and that force by police was excessive. at some point in the video you can see new jersey state troopers dodging bottles. we don't know how many people were arrested as a result of this. the radio station here in town that put it on hot 97 released a statement saying it was all because of a small unruly crowd that new jersey state police were deploy. from what we're hearing, they will refund anyone who wasn't able to get inside. tracey strahan, nbc 10. as tracey was delivering that report we got skyforce 10 in position over breaking news in camden at a house fire. this is on the 1200 block of
lingham avenue. you can see the fire response there. firefighters are on the second floor of that structure. still pretty heavy smoke coming from the home really heavy coming from the upper floors as they try to put water on it from the ground. we'll continue to monitor the response and try to find out hoy this fire started. again, if anyone was inside at the time. this is on the 1200 block of lingham avenue. you see them getting a ladder in position there. "táz they may be trying to reach someone inside. again, we're trying to confirm earlier reports there may have been someone inside the home. as soon as we have new information to pass along to you, we certainly will do so. 5:47 now. the man charged in the death of a university of virginia student goes to trial today. >> it's for a separate case. investigators say they linked jesse matthew to the unsolved
rape and attempted murder case after zeroing in on him for the disappearance and murder of hannah graham. today's trial stems from a september 2005 attack on a woman in fairfax city virginia. matthew pleaded not guilty back in november. the fight against isis is expected to come up on today's agenda for president obama and the world leereders at the g7 summit in germany. the president dove right into discussions about other world issues on day one of the summit yesterday. the leaders focused on whether to keep sanctions on vladimir putin over russian aggression in ukraine. russia was kicked out of the summit last year. president obama and his host, german chancellor angela merkel agreed on extending sanctions if putin does not back off. >> we think there can be a peaceful diplomatic resolution to this problem but it will require that europe and the united states as well as the world stay vigil. >> president obama also took time to pose for pictures. observers say the president is
reaching out to germans over allegations that the u.s. tapped merkel's cell phone. new information on the oil field that has been plaguing the shoreline. fish and wildlife officials say the mostly sandy beaches only have trace amounts or less than 1% of oil. 5:49 now. a tradition on wheels rolled its way through philadelphia yesterday. a lot you came out to see this beautiful weather for it. the international cycling classic kicked off yesterday morning at the top of the manayunk wall. the annual classic lures thousands of spectators to manayunk every year and dozens of riders as well. the 12.3 mile circuit stretches from roxborough to east falls to manayunk t. manayunk. >> it was tough to walk. i can't imagine riding it. >> the climb with the infamous
manayunk wall. the average angle of elevation is 17 degrees. riders were traveling at 20 miles an hour. my quads burn just watching that. >> right? >> now your nbc 10 first alert weather with meteorologist brittney shipp. good morning. it's now first alert weather day. we are tracking the possibility of severe storms heading into the afternoon and into the evening. so different areas will see the storms at different times. but it's a first alert day, stormy conditions expected. and i'm also tracking 90s this week. hopefully you enjoyed our nice weekend. temperatures are turning hot and humid. for the afternoon and evening, chance of severe storms which will lead to heavy downpours and the possibility of flooding. here's the area highlighted in yellow that has a chance to see the severe storms. wind gusts up to 60 miles an hour. the area highlighted in green here philadelphia south jersey, has a chance to see thunderstorm activity as we head
into the rest of today. satellite radar shot shows cloudy skies for us and light rain moving into the poconos. then just to the north of allentown. but it's more of this unsettled weather back to the west that will arrive as we head into the afternoon. wind speeds out of the soutx,ç more moisture coming up from the south and more heat for us which will fuel the thunderstorms as we get into the afternoon. the moisture starting to push our way by 3:00 p.m. we're dealing with scattered thunderstorms throughout the poconos, allentown into reading and lancaster. by 6:00 same areas affected. now we'll start to see the downpours picking up a bit and even in wilmington we'll see a better chance of showers as well. it won't be until 7:00 8:00 that we start to see thunderstorm activity in philadelphia. by 9:00 stretching down into parts of south jersey the central parts of delaware and another round, again, in the poconos and allentown. that's probably going to be the area that will be hardest hit, poconos, lehigh valley, just to the north of reading out to
lancaster county. 10:00 p.m. by south jersey by midnight, the thunderstorms hug the shore. everyone will get a little something but it looks to be the worst, again near the poconos, lehigh valley, the area i showed you highlighted in yellow. seven-day forecast shows temperatures will warm in the mid-80s. 87 and drier on wednesday. hotter by thursday and friday. back to the 90s. >> all right, brittney eight minutes until 6:00. >> let's check for sure. jessica boyington is watching the roads. what are you seeing jessica? >> our majors are still doing okay. we are watching a road closure, though out in lower makefield. that's rolloff road at makefield road. to get around that scene take big oak road to get by. on the schuylkill expressway, not much manyin the way of volume here.
disabled vehicle on the shoulder. just something to watch as you move through. you can see westbound currently no problems on 76 if you're headed toward the king of prussia area. 202, we'll take a fly down there and check out the drive times. ten minutes from 30 toward the schuylkill expressway. everything moving along nicely. we'll check in with our cameras coming up. >> apple is expected to unveil its new subscription streaming service today. >> apple expected to make that announcement at its worldwide developers conference in san francisco today. other versions include new iphone and mac operating systems. a 9-year-old boy was attacked by a shark. wait until you hear how deep the water was when the shark struck. we're following breaking
a frightening moment on a beach in florida after a 9-year-old boy is recovering from a shark bite there. the child was actually wading in knee deep water at cocoa beach when the shark bit him on the calf. lifeguards saw the boy, ran into the water, carried him out. he was taken to the hospital with what fire officials are calling a significant leg injury. >> two big waves came in. on the second big wave we saw what looked to be a juvenile bull shark. it had the dark gray with the black and the black tip. >> it is one of the worst ones we've seen out here in recent years. >> again, this boy was just in knee deep water. beachgoers were kept out of the water for about an hour after that boy was bitten. no word on the boy's condition this morning. the dinavision d2 64 lights flash randomly as you're trying to hit those lights in time. you also have to follow prompts
on a video screen. this helps athletes suffering from concussions. it helps them retrain their brains. studies showed the athletes can rebuild their vision motor and cognitive reaction skills. >> it overwhelms the brain in a very good way and gives you that good training effect. >> the system isn't just for concussion patients either. hospitals across the country are using this to help treat stroke patients as well. in northeast philadelphia the far northeast raiders posted ersers hosted an annual football and cheerleading clinic. they all got a good workout there it looks like. >> nice. >> good for the raiders. kudos to them. you're watching nbc 10 news. nbc 10 news today at 6:00 a.m. starts right now. nbc 10 breaking news. >> we are following two breaking news stories happening right now. first, you're looking at a live picture of a house fire.
this is in camden. we're working to find out new information about anyone who was inside. and more breaking news a shooting a sighting and a search. a man with a gun was spotted on the roof. police went up to find the suspect. we're following this breaking news in philadelphia's hadn'ting park neighborhood. stuff falling from windows of a building landed these two suspected thieves in handcuffs. we're waking up to a beautiful morning. we're issued a first alert because change is on the way. it's just about 6:00 p.m. good morning, this is nbc 10 news today. i'm tracy davidson. >> i'm vai sikahema. those changes could be severe thunderstorms later which is why we issued a first alert frp. let's get to nbc 10's first alert meteorologist brittney shipp morning. >> we have a first alert issued for parts of the area as we head gnat afternoon and into this evening. we want you to be careful, allow extra time to get home. if you find yourself on flooded roadways make sure you turn around and don't drive through. we are going to see breezy
conditions wind speeds out of the south 5 to 15 miles an hour with our first alert weather day. we have a chance of severe storms which could lead to heavy downpours and the possibility of flooding. strong wind speeds up to 60 miles per hour. all the areas highlighted in yellow north and west suburbs, poconos, lehigh valley lancaster county all under the chance for severe thunderstorms. the rest of the area philadelphia, south jersey along the shore has a chance of thunderstorms. so the difference there is just the possibility of hail coming down within these storms and stronger wind speeds. just be careful. we want everyone to be alerted as you head home that that is a possibility. 60 degrees in chester springs. temperatures at kennett square, 69. 63 in blue bell and 61 in doylestown. we're at 62 in avalon and over the next eight hours, we'll help you plan your day. expect temperatures to warm back well above average for us mid-70s by